Ed Sheeran's New Song Talks about Ellie Goulding as a Cheating Ex-Girlfriend in New Album: Did She Cheat on Ed Sheeran with Niall Horan?

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By charmaine corne clutton | April 9, 2014 10:28 PM EST

Ed Sheeran songs are supposed to get you all hyped up about being in love but in a new track released from his new album, the singer had mentioned that there are still nice songs in his new album but a few are "bitey."

The new track released from his new album, "Don't" talks about a cheating ex-girlfriend which fans claim to be British singer, Ellie Goulding.

There were more things in which the singer had said about the track, saying: "The story in Don't is 100 per cent true. I could have gotten nastier, there was more s*** that I didn't put in."

It seems like the singer surely has a lot to say in his new track. Ed had mentioned that it was someone he was romantically involved with who had gotten involved with a friend of his at a hotel, the singer had given more on the story behind the track saying:

"I was seeing someone for a bit, and then they ended up physically involved with one of my friends in the same hotel that we were staying in, while I was downstairs."

The singer had also mentioned during an interview with Billboard Magazine: "If you date a songwriter, be prepared to have songs written about you. If you do nice things, you'll have nice songs. And if you do f*****-up things, you'll get a horrible song."

Is Sheeran taking a leaf out of Taylor Swift's book? Speculations that the song is about Ellie Goulding have been reported. Just a few months back the British singer was linked to One Direction singer, Niall Horan. Was he the friend that Ed Sheeran was talking about and that Goulding is the ex-girlfriend that had cheated on him?

You can read more about it here: 'I could've got nastier - there was more s*** I didn't put in': Ed Sheeran debuts track on cheating ex... 'amid rumours it's about Ellie Goulding'

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